Rainbow Light Nutritional Systems Sponsors “Star Showers” Celebrity-Studded Soiree to Support Safe Childbirth
Rainbow Light Nutritional Supplements—the number one-selling natural prenatal vitamin brand for 25 years—today announced its sponsorship of Star Showers, an ongoing awareness and fundraising campaign to save women’s lives during childbirth. Alongside The White Ribbon Alliance for Safe Motherhood (WRA), The MOMS (Denise Albert and Melissa Musen Gerstein), Kangu and Weinstein Carnegie Philanthropic Group, Rainbow Light will address the preventable issue of maternal mortality. The highlight is a star-studded baby shower that honors pregnant and nursing mothers around the world.
“Teaming up with Star Showers helps women everywhere experience safe pregnancies and births by empowering them to take charge of their personal health,” said Michael Galef, vice president of marketing at Rainbow Light. “For 25 years, Rainbow Light has celebrated prenatal leadership by ensuring the health and wellbeing of more mothers-to-be (and their babies) than any other natural prenatal vitamin brand, and we are thrilled to partner with other like-minded organizations.”
Event attendees will have the chance to help Rainbow Light raise funds for Star Showers by having their picture taken at the brand’s interactive booth. For each snapshot instantly shared across social media channels the company will donate $100. This contribution is in addition to the $10,000 Rainbow Light already donated to support the shower.
Rounding out the celebration are special celebrity guests Hilaria Baldwin, Georgina Bloomberg, Georgina Chapman, Amber Sabathia, and Latham Thomas. In addition, all guests will receive samples of Rainbow Light’s best-selling multivitamins, including Women’s One™, Prenatal One™, Men’s One™, Advanced Enzyme System™ and its newest prenatal multivitamin, Embrace Prenatal 35+™.
To join the cause and become a part of a movement to encourage safe childbirth for all women around the world, log on to StarShowers.org, and donate to a “mom-in-need” through the site’s virtual baby shower.